Dental Implants are the closest thing to natural teeth. They can replace a single tooth, a few missing teeth, or even a whole of mouth of missing teeth. They are designed to look and function just like any of your other teeth.

Dental Implants are the current standard of care for replacing missing teeth. They are designed to be a permanent addition to your mouth, and restore the health, function, and balance to the complex system that is your teeth.

A Dental Implant is a medical-grade titanium screw that is surgically placed into your jawbone. This forms the foundation for custom-designed replacement teeth to be permanently fixed to the Dental Implant.

Dental Implants eliminate the discomfort, pressure and ulcers generally experienced with dentures. They are usually a better option than a bridge, which can compromise the long-term health of the teeth they are placed on.

A Dental Implant that is placed with care and precision, should give you the ability to eat, speak and get about life as usual, without being conscious of it being there. Most importantly, Dental Implants are designed to last you for life.

 

 

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 β€˜Any surgical or invasive procedure carries risks. Before proceeding, you should seek a second opinion from an appropriately qualified health practitioner.’

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